Level or lift kit?

Broncojy

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Putting 33'' Nitto Ridge Grapplers & 18'' Method wheels on my Big Bend & trying to decide whether to do a 1'' level or a 2'' lift?

Any help is appreciated.


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What's the wheel offset? But if you are going to lift, may as well do the 2" because why not?
 

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Putting 33'' Nitto Ridge Grapplers & 18'' Method wheels on my Big Bend & trying to decide whether to do a 1'' level or a 2'' lift?

Any help is appreciated.
What did you end up doing? I'm assuming a 1 inch, 4 corner lift is fine, i only need a .67 lift to get to the Badlands height for 33" tires, and the higher you lift, the more the components are stressed until you need to get new coilover shocks and springs, above a 2" lift, from my research. Also, the tire will add .75 inch, making the vehicle harder to get into, and more top heavy, the higher I go.

Also, I just posted about the suggested front "level lift" to remove the "rake" in my Bronco. There is no rake. My F150 had rake, the rear was much higher. What's a level kit for in a Bronco? Its already level!? My dealer suggests a simple, safe, 1 inch lift at all 4 wheels. (OBX 4dr 2.7)

What did you end up doing?

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